Choi Jun-Sung 
South Korea
Los Angeles Gladiators
Shows off on Tracer
March 17, 2018
Asher was a huge part of the Los Angeles Gladiators' 2-1 win over the Florida Mayhem on Friday.
The DPS player for the Gladiators was on top of his game all throughout this series on Friday, as he constantly cut through the Mayhem with his Tracer. While he looked a bit worse for wears on the first couple maps, he woke up in a major way during the second half. He was shutting down flanks and keeping his team ahead at just about every moment as they secure this big win.
Blinks around a slow London
March 10, 2018
Asher wore down London Spitfire in a 3-1 win on Saturday of the OWL.
Asher didn't have to change any of his tactics against the top-tier team, the London Spitfire. Sticking closely to Tracer, Asher would wear down his opponents by flanking around them, allowing Hydration, Surefour, and Fissure to score easy picks early in fights. Because of his mobility on Tracer, Asher had the freedom to sneak behind London's tanks to harass the backline, such as on Galdiator's first attack of the first point on Volskaya Industry. It wasn't until King's Row when the Spitfire subbed in birdring did they have an answer against Asher. And even then, he still managed to whittle away London's support with ease.
In and out of lineup
March 4, 2018
Asher rotated a fair amount with Hydration and Surefour during the Gladiators 4-0 win over the Shanghai Dragons on Wednesday.
Asher came into the game usually in replacement of Hyrdation as the Gladiators played a DPS carousel on Wednesday. Working as a Tracer specialist he allowed Surefour to rotate onto other hitscan heroes for maximum effectiveness.
Falters in key moments
January 25, 2018
Asher had a bit of an up-and-down series when the Los Angeles Gladiators were reverse swept by the Los Angeles Valiant on Wednesday.
Asher had his good moments and bad moments in this series, but each came from the far ends of the spectrum that left his play feeling inconsistent as a whole. When he was on Tracer, he managed to cut through the opposition with relentless aggression, picking up streaks that allowed the Gladiators to coast to a 2-0 start in the series. But then he switched over to Widowmaker for the third map and his play was highly suspect. Not only was the choice of Widow itself an unsavory one in terms of team composition, but he simply wasn't clicking with his shots on the map. That changed when he stuck with the sneaky sniper on Junkertown for Map 4 and he finally started to land his shots. For all the good he was doing, he then proceeded to inexplicably fall off the map on his own accord in a key moment. This gave the Valiant enough space to force a fifth map where they eventually locked up the reverse sweep. Asher will need to shore up his inconsistencies if they want to start making some moves.
The Tracer who could
January 21, 2018
Asher single-handedly turned the tide in the Los Angeles Gladiators 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Fusion on Thursday in Week 2 of the OWL.
Asher was a constant pain in the Philadelphia Fusion's side and was a leading cause in the Gladiator's map three win on Ilios. Not only was his Tracer able to be everywhere at once, but his Widowmaker met and exceeded Carpe's pressure to close out the map. He continued to either destroy Fusion's backline himself, or support his team in doing the same and led his team to victory from a near loss.
Holds Gladiators close with Seoul
January 15, 2018
Asher seemed to be the winning piece for the Los Angeles Gladiators, despite being swept by the Seoul Dynasty to close out Week 1 of the Overwatch League.
Asher started off the series landing some big picks on Tracer. Despite helping the Gladiators keep Seoul sweating through Game 1, he was inexplicably subbed out off and on throughout the series, often leading to disastrous results for the Gladiators.
Living right against the Dragons
January 11, 2018
Asher made the most of his substitutions to help the Los Angeles Gladiators open the season with a sweep over the Shanghai Dragons on Wednesday.
Asher came into the series during the second game and made an immediate impact that kept his team rolling towards the finish line. He seemed to be all over the place in the best possible way and kept the Dragons ducking for cover with his Widowmaker play. It didn't matter whether he was playing with the crafty sniper or utilizing more traditional DPS heroes; Asher was simply on fire from start to finish and was a big reason why this team picked up the easy win.
Stellar attempt against Valiant
December 10, 2017
Asher couldn't pierce the Los Angeles Valiant on Saturday in Los Angeles Gladiators' 1-3 loss during the OWL Preseason.
Asher's Tracer periodically broke through the Valiant, with his positioning constantly keeping his opponents on their toes. If the Valiant ever took their eyes off Asher, Asher punished them by taking out KariV's Mercy or uNKOE's Zenyatta in seconds. Asher also showed supreme teamwork through clean dives with iReMiix's Winston and Bischu's D.Va that secured teamfight wins. While, ultimately, Asher couldn't keep up with SoOn's Tracer, he showed that he is a force to be reckoned with.
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